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Inflammatory Breast Cancer and The Pink Ribbon Challenge


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October is breast cancer awareness month. As a concerned woman, I just had my mammogram two weeks ago and I praise God that the results show no notable issues for concern. I have also written a hub "What is Inflammatory Breast Cancer?" in support of the Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Please read this as it is about a type of breast cancer that is not primarily diagnosed by mammogram nor breast self-examination. There are no lumps unlike most breast cancer cases. So, know about the signs and symptoms of this type of breast cancer.

I am also supporting the pink ribbon challenge. Just click the pink ribbon to help one woman save life by getting free mammogram. If you may join with me and pass the pink ribbon challenge. These links are ONLY for "Pink Ribbon Challenge" participants, any links not related to the Pink Ribbon Challenge will be deleted. Grab the code at Things We Share and post it in your blog entry. Please post only the Pink Ribbon Challenge actual post link here and help The Breast Cancer Site and National Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. by spreading the Pink Ribbon Challenge.

Comments

Francis Morilao said…
thanks Chin Chin, I also joined the Challenge!
Mammogram Humor said…
Hello Chin chin.. Great post.. how do I join the challenge? Thanks

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